By June 5th, 2009 AT 6:03 PM

BSNL-MObileTVBsnl today announced the launch of  Tiny TV(Mobile TV) which is said to be the first nationwide subscription based mobile TV service which will offer live on demand mobile TV channels which will include local and international news sports music and movie channels on demand for a price tag of Rs 150/- per month.

One can activate Tiny TV from BSNL wap portal and has to download the TinyTV mobile application to get started.TINY TV channels include  News 24 (Hindi news), E-24 (Bollywood entertainment), ROK Bollywood (celebrity news), Geet (Hindi songs), Green (evergreen Bollywood music), Red (latest music from Bollywood), Gyan (devotional), regional channels of Gujarati Marathi for West India, Bengali for the East Zone,Tiny Sports TV,  Tiny Comedy, Mobifun and a Movie Channel  offering a regularly updated list of full length movies wherein the users can pause, fast forward and rewind movies ,plus a Sony package of  SAB TV – SET Max and Channel PIX.

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BSNL introduced the plan to see TV channels through mobile.Customer can use this facility paying lesser cost. BSNL has introduced 3 plans to use within Tamilnadu

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Bsnl is charging twice for their Mobile TV . We need two setting BSnlive and bsnl stream to watch the live tV, complete tutorial available at hoping works for you in my case It works.

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